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[Condor-users] Quick Start Vanilla Condor on Ubuntu 10.04

Hello Condor-users,

Is there a quick start guide for getting condor up and running on a small ubuntu 10.04 pool? I just want to run processes on other machine's idle processors (vanilla universe).

Here's where I'm at if anyone can help:

2 identical (virtual) machines with fresh installs of Ubuntu 10.04 with
Condor 7.2.4 installed via 'apt-get install condor'

At this point both machines have their own local condors, and I can queue and run jobs, no problem.

I edited the /etc/condor/condor_config files thusly:

On machine 1:
CONDOR_HOST = [IP address of machine 2]

On machine 2:

After a reboot (?) condor_status on either machine shows me the slots on both machines and if they're busy/idle/etc (yay!). However, they still seem to have different queues. I.e, when I submit from machine 1, I only see it in condor_q on machine 1, and it only runs on the cpu of machine 1 (but I see the usage in condor_status on machine 2).

I imagine there's a configuration parameter I need to set somewhere, but I don't know what. Help please?



Dan Grollman
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